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June 2018

Issue: 120

Machinery Exporters Union Monthly Magazine


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THE TURKISH MACHINERY HIT THE HEADLINES AT HANNOVER MESSE ONE MORE TIME The Turkish Machinery demonstrated the production capacity, quality and advantages of the Turkish machinery sector to the world with its worldwide promotional activities by attending to the 71st of Hannover Messe fair.

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annover Messe, being one of the world’s leading industrial technology fairs, was held between 23-27th April in Hannover City of Germany. 102 companies from Turkey, being partner countries with Mexico, attended to the event hosting 5 thousand companies from 75 countries. The Turkish Machinery became the focus of the fair with the “Making the world work” motto on advertisement materials placed in various areas from the airport to the advertisement towers at the fair avenue, cubic brochures, buses, taxi stops, billboards, fair maps and fair newspaper. The Turkish Machinery informed 210 thousand visitors of the fair about the advantages of the Turkish machinery sector with the promotional activities it carried out. PRODUCTIVE MEETINGS WERE HELD WITH THE STAKEHOLDERS Vice Chairs of the Board of Directors Mehmet Ağrikli and Sevda Kayhan Yılmaz represented MAİB (Machine Exporters Association) and the Turkish Machinery at the event hosting guests with “Integrated Industrial Network and Co-

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operation” theme under the same roof with CeMAT fair. The Turkish Machinery Consultant for Germany Ahmet Yılmaz and the Machinery Branch Specialist Aybüke Tuğçe Karabörk and TURQUALITY® Branch Expert Hasan Aksoy also attended the fair with the fair committee. Among the member associations of Turkish Machinery Federation (MAKFED), Turkish Pump and Valve Manufacturers Association (POMSAD) Secretary Gener-

al Gökhan Sezer informed the visitors of the booth placed in the 15th aisle about the sector and member companies. Consulate General of Hannover Banu Malaman, Commercial Attache of Hannover Nilüfer Sandallı, Director General of Economic Research and Evaluation Department of the Ministry of Finance Arzu Yılmaz as well as representatives of the Turkish companies and foreign addressees attended


the cocktail held on the second day of the fair by the Turkish Machinery. Productive contacts were established with the participants at the cocktail opened with opening speeches of Sevda Kayhan Yılmaz and Nilüfer Sandallı, and Turkish companies had the opportunity to meet their foreign leads. The representatives of the Turkish Machinery met with their German stakeholders OWL (Machinery and Construction Association), Robotation Academy, BME (Purchasers Association of Germany) Volkswagen Group and Deutsche Messe representatives to discuss possible cooperation works, and also meetings were held with many various persons and organizations at the fair.

ger share from the cake by realizing the new trend in the industry was clearly seen at the fair”. Ağrikli, also stating that there was a separate competition in harmonization of the old machineries with Industry 4.0, added: “The ethernet, wireless or bluetooth routers easily connected to machines, multifunctional sensors, the systems taking screenshots of the machines and processing figures and letters on Industry 4.0 platform were very interesting. The 3D printing systems which allow more economical, faster and more precise manufacturing of almost any elastic or

rigid material, with dimensions and prices reducing day by day, were also among the most interesting products at the fair. On the other hand, booths of the Mexican research institutes demonstrated the highly advanced infrastructure in the field of high technology micro processing, electronics, textiles and medicine. It was clearly seen at the fair that the nano-technology materials and ceramics are used more dominantly in the industry. We could clearly observe that this is only beginning of a world where everything goes digital, at the Hannover Messe Fair of this year.”

“NEW TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY WERE DEMONSTRATED” MAİB and the Turkish Machinery Vice Chair of the Board of Directors Mehmet Ağrikli stating that new concepts and products emerged at the fair after adoption of Industry 4.0, also added “The competition among the World software and hardware leaders desiring to be dominant in the infrastructure of Industry 4.0 for getting a big-

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THE TURKISH MACHINERY ATTENDED INTERMAT TRADE FAIR IN PARIS The Turkish Machinery Attended INTERMAT Trade Fair, being the third largest event in heavy-duty and construction equipment.

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he Turkish Machinery attended INTERMAT Trade Fair held in Paris, France between 2328th April. The fair held once every three years, hosted 183 tousand visitors this year. 52 companies from Turkey attended the trade fair to which 1500 companies from 167 countries attended. Visitors of the Turkish Machinery booth at the fair were informed about structure of the Turkish machinery sector and its works. The Turkish Machinery carried out an effective work with the promotionadvertisement activities, meetings and various interviews within the scope of INTERMAT Trade Fair.

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The Turkish Machinery Federation (MAKFED) member associations representing sub-sectors of machinery, maintained the support in their specialty fairs also in INTERMAT Trade Fair. Representatives of TÜRKİYE Construction Equipment Distributors & Manufacturers Association (İMDER) also informed the visitors of the Turkish Machinery booth about their members and sector. The Machinery Branch Specialist Aydan Işıl Aydın represented the Turkish Machinery, and Central Anatolian Exporters’ Association Implementation Branch Manager Özlem Yıldız Karaca attended the trade fair. Chief Advisor for Paris G. Müge

Varol Ilıcak and Paris Commercial Advisor F. Özlem Nudralı and TR Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Director General of Industry Serkan Çelik, Specialist Dinçer Gonca, Specialist from Directorate General for Safety and Inspection of Industrial Products Reşat Yasin Özçelebi visited the Turkish Machinery booth at the trade fair. The representatives of the Turkish companies stated that the fair where aisles were categorized as Excavation and crushing; road, mine and foundations; structure and cement; and lifting, loading, unloading and transportation equipment, has generally been productive.


“SELÇUK GÜLSÜN” MANAGEMENT PERIOD AT PAGDER Reha Gür, having been Chair of the Board of Directors for the last three years, passed the torch to Selçuk Gülsün at the 37th Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of the Turkish Plastic Industrialists’ Association (PAGDER) which is one of the most experienced business organizations of Turkey for a half century.

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stanbul Chamber of Commerce (İTO)Chair of the Board of Directors Şekib Avdagiç and İstanbul Chemicals & Chemical Products Exporters’ Association (İKMİB) Chair of the Board of Directors Adil Pelister and PAGDER members attended the meeting where Chair of the Board of Directors and Members of the Board of Directors and Members of Audit Board for 37th Period of the Turkish Plastic Industrialists Association were elected. At the 37th Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of PAGDER, being one of the first civil society organizations of Turkey which will celebrate its 50th foundation anniversary in 2019, the candidate management list chaired by Selçuk Gülsün took over 2018-2021 management period of PAGDER. The Chair of the Board of Directors for 36th Period Reha Gür, delivering a speech at the opening of the General Assembly Meeting stated “We tried to produce our works with an innovative perspective, on efficiency basis and with teamwork in the light of the promises that we gave when we took over the management. My duty as the chair of PAGDER has been the most satisfying job in my business life of 23

years. Thank you for honoring me with this duty”. Selçuk Gülsün was unanimously elected as the Chair of the Board of Directors and stated in his thankyou speech that they aim to make PAGDER an institution that guaranteed its future with its own possibilities and on stronger bases in 2018-2021 period, also added “We will take important steps in this period based on the precious values from the previous periods”. FOREIGN PURCHASERS WILL BE HOSTED IN ISTANBUL, IN 2019 Gülsün, notifying that they will organize “Turkish Plastics Meetings” in İstanbul in May 2019, stated “We will provide job opportunities for companies of our sector by inviting large scale purchasers and plastics processors of the world within the scope of the event”, also added that they will organize a great event which will contribute business activities of PAGDER members by inviting 200 companies all over the world to Turkey by undertaking Turkish organization of this event which has been held in France, Portugal and the USA so far. Gülsün, emphasizing that PAGDER & ASLAN Plastic Manufacturers

Specialty Organized Industrial Zone is a significant value, also gave the good news that the industrial zone which was founded in 2012 is about to be ready for superstructure investment.

PAGDER 2018-2021 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President of the Board Selçuk Gülsün Board of Directors Abdullah Karabulut Aydın Hülagü Burak Erenoğlu Burç Angan Hakan Dirgeme Kemal Altan Kenan Benliler Kenan Özeren Melih Ateşcan Oğuzhan Gürlek Ömer Köstek Selahattin Yılmaz Serhat Balta Tarık Özdemir Ünal Aykun Volkan Yaprak Yaşar Alper

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2ND ORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING OF EFSİAD The 2nd Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of the Industrial Furnace Manufacturers and Businesspersons Association (EFSİAD) was held, and EFSİAD Chair of the Board of Directors Mehmet Özdeşlik received vote of confidence from members for the new period.

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asan Çep as the Chair, and Belma Dağıstanlı and Cihan Balaban were elected as Members of the Council of the 2nd Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of EFSİAD which has forty members. After establishment of the Council, the previous period activity report was presented by Mehmet Özdeşlik on behalf of the board of directors, financial position and

board of audit files were approved unanimously. The proposal for revising the expression of “Businessmen” in the name of the association as “Businesspersons” since it causes a male-dominated perception, was discussed and the name of the association was changed as Industrial Furnace Manufacturers and Businesspersons Association unanimously. The 3rd Period Board of Directors were elected on one list with fa-

vor votes of all members having attended the 2nd Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of EFSİAD, and the chair Mehmet Özdeşlik was elected as the Chair of the Board of Directors by the Board of Directors one more time. Membership application of the Association to MAKFED was also discussed and accepted. Central Anatolian Exporters Association TURQUALITY® services specialist Tolga Telli delivered an extensive presentation at the end of the General Assembly Meeting.

EFSİAD 2018-2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President of the Board Mehmet Özdeşlik Board of Directors Cihan Acaroğlu Ahmet Algan Serkan Ataş Gökhan Karaaslan Cem Özyıldırım Ekrem Ataman

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UNDERWATER VEHICLES COMPETED AT YTU 2018 Turkey Third Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles Competition sponsored by the Machine Exporters Association was held on Davutpaşa Campus of Yıldız Technial University on 28-29th April. ROV 2018 competition to be held in Washington State on the Pacific Ocean Shore of the USA between 21-23rd June.

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egional organization of the Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles competition (MATE ROV) first organized by “Marine Advanced Technologies EducationMATE” based in California as a branch of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States of America, was held on Davutpaşa Campus of Yıldız Technial University on 28-29th April for the third time. Istanbul Technical University ROV Team, sponsored by the Machine Exporters Association,

achieved the first rank in the “Research” category at the event consisting of mechatronic design, technical documentation, team presentation and underwater tasks. Istanbul Gedik University ranked second, Yıldız Technical University IEEE YTU team ranked third in the same category. ALEV High School Robotics Club ranked first in the “Navigator” category and EngTechs/Tamer Özyurt Kudüs ranked first in the “Scouts” category of the competition. The winner of the competition Istanbul Technical University Team will represent Turkey at MATE

THEME OF THIS YEAR UNDERWATER ARCHEOLOGY, SEISMOLOGY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY More than 70 teams and more than 500 participants take part in the International MATE ROV competition. The participant teams demonstrate their physics, mathematics, electronics and engineering skills in marine environment, the Remotely Operated Vehicles-ROV competes at this event where teams fulfilling tasks determined within

a theme every year enter into a challenging competition. The most important characteristics of these vehicles are their capabilities in challenging tasks at places impossible for human access, marine tasks such as search and rescue tasks, while ROVs also allow fulfilling many marine tasks such as off-shore platforms, marine pipelines, habitat research by means of high resolution cameras and robotic arms by a single operator from surface. Participants will compete for fulfilling tasks under underwater archeology, seismology and renewable energy categories in special salty and fresh water areas in the Pacific Ocean at the competition this year.

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MARS ROVER “İNAN” ON THE WAY TO THE USA The Rover Team of Istanbul Technical University (ITÜ) working on planet rovers is going to represent Turkey with the robot they designed, called “İnan”, at the “University Rover Challenge”. İTU Rover team co-financed by Machine Exporters Association intends to be among top rank at the challenge.

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he ITÜ Rover Team, having previously represented Turkey in many other competitions, is going to compete in the University Rover Challenge in the USA. The students held the introduction meeting of the robot called “İnan” at İTÜ Ayazağa Yerleşkesi Süleyman Demirel Kültür Merkezi congress center on 11th May. The İTÜ Rover Team aiming at contributing to the first planet rover of Turkey, after the successful results obtained last year, also ranked 12th among 95 teams to compete in the finals. The İTÜ Rover Team which is the only Turkish team having achieved to be on the short-list of finals, consisting of 32 students from various faculties of İTÜ, is going to represent Turkey in the USA

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Sponsorship responsible of the team Dilara Dayıoğlu “Our rover is more assertive and developed compared to last year. Our rover that we designed last year was not able to use wrench and screwdriver. İnan can use a screwdriver. It will be able to assist astronauts in installing and disassembling parts”, while member of the science team Işık Su Yazıcı emphasized that they were conducting elaborated works on investigation aspects as the parts found on the investigated surface can reveal information on condition of the surface hundreds of years ago. one more time in the competition to be held between 31st May - 2nd June. TEAM MEMBERS INTRODUCED INAN İTÜ Rover Team leader Bahadır Onur Güdürü sharing technical information about “İnan”, also stated that the project needed a substantial funding which was provided by the sponsors. Güdürü stated that sending astronauts to Mars in the following years is planned, and the University Rover Challenge is held to develop rovers which will assist astronauts, added “We also developed a rover uniquely designed by us from motor drivers to the software used on the robot. Our rover ranked 12th among 95 teams during preliminary competitions. We aim the top list at the challenge in the USA”.

WALKING LABORATORY İnan, being developed by efforts and works of İTÜ students, has many features. İnan, having autonomous moving capacity, is able to ascend to 50 centimeters height and descend from 1 m height in a stable way. The robotic arm fixed to the upper part of İnan can lift loads up to 12 kg, grip oval objects, take samples from hard surfaces. The robotic arm which can be fold and reduce its volume up to 60%, and rotate 360 degrees, also has a high resolution camera. İnan, having an antenna allowing communication in 1 km radius and transfer highresolution images, also has chemical capabilities such as measuring, analyzing and reporting as well as saving soil pH, temperature and humidity values.


SULTANS OF TURKEY HUNGRY FOR AWARDS Darüşşafaka High School FRC Robot Team Sultans of Turkey was awarded with the Chairman’s Award, the most prestigious award of the competition, at the robotics competition organized by the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in Chicago, the USA.

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arüşşafaka High School FRC Robot Team Sultans of Turkey was awarded with the Chairman’s Award, being the most prestigious award of the competition, in the FIRST Midwest Regional Robotics Competition organized by the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Hundreds of students from China, the USA and Turkey participated in the competition aiming at improving self-confidence, creativity, leadership skills, entrepreneurship, teamwork skills and engineering skills of students, and Sultans of Türkiye competed with 53 teams in total in the competition organized between 4-7th April. The team, being awarded with the Chairman’s Award which is the most prestigious award of the competition, also achieved the success to represent our country in the FRC World Championship competition organized on 19-21st April in Houston, the USA. FRC World Championship, being recognized as one of the most important robotics competitions, hosts thousands of students in Houston, being the center of robotics engineering of the world. Sultans of Turkey, consisting of 18 students and five mentors, paired up with the team which was recognized as the most potent and supported by the NASA among 360

teams participating in the FRC World Championship competition. The robots of the teams competed in collecting loads and placing them in scale pans in the fastest and most effective way, Sultans of Turkey was defeated by the NASA team with a minor score difference. “SULTANS OF TÜRKİYE HAS CONTRIBUTED MUCH TO MY LIFE” The first robotics club of Turkey Darüşşafaka High School Robotics Team is prepared to competitions with the leadership of Robotics Club mentor and Electrical-Electronics Engineer Mete Karaca as

well as mentoring by Mechanical Engineer Arif Deniz from Siemens Turkey and Darüşşafaka Physics Teacher Selim Çile together with Samed Erdem and Selcan Savran. Team Captain of Sultans of Türkiye Eren Sanır summarized the competition process by stating “It was exciting and challenging to compete with such a team, NASA, having substantial funding and higher level engineers. We did our best, and lost with a minor score difference”, also emphasized that they would work harder for the competition to be held in the following year, and be able to defeat highlevel teams like the NASA team.

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EXPECTATIONS IN ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR ARE POSITIVE The share of Turkey in global elevator and escalator sector which expected to grow at 6 percent and reach 125 million dollars of amount by 2021 is increasing day by day. While foreign trade volume of Turkish elevator and escalator sector that demands for building in domestic market and neighbouring countries keep it high, the sector export has shown an increase at 20,8 percent. Current rate of capacity usage of the sector remains at around 60 percent.

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onsidered as one of the most important inventions of human history, fork lifts/cranes has been the most important source of power for societies to build bigger structures and in-

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frastructure systems for thousand years. Even if this brilliant solution brought to vertical lifting was developed for thousand years, human and animal power was used in these systems with hemp rope. While it is believed that the first el-

evator principle in the history was developed by Archimedes in B.C. 282, we should say that we owe Pascal, Evangelista Torricelli and Daniel Bernoulli who examined hydraulic elevator systems used today and hydrodynamics and flow


and movement of liquids and found the energy that fluids have. The history of proceeding from fork lift system to elevators carrying freight and passenger occurred in the first years of 19th century. Carrying the loads to the upper floors was a big source of problem in the buildings that started to rise with the beginning of industrial revolution in the 17th century. Between 1803-1804, when William Strutt, a British inventor faced this problem in the factory he had taken over from his father in England, he created a design solving this first passenger/freight elevator problem. After this design in strap/ pulley type with manuel driving system, then tens of new poweroperated design became popularized quickly all over the world. We know that the first elevators in Turkey were used in Pera Palas Hotel opened in 1892, Khedive Palace and İzmir in 1907. While the elevator in Pera Palas Hotel was poweroperated, the elevators in Khedive Palace and İzmir were operated with steam engine and fluid power respectively. THE INVENTOR OF SAFETY IN ELEVATOR: OTIS when it comes to elevator, the first name springing to mind is Elisha Graves Otis, an American inventor. The reason why Elisha Otis is known as the “inventor of elevator” was his brilliant solution to the need of emergency brake system to prevent the elevators from falling. The biggest concern about carrying passengers with elevators used only in industry by 1854 was elevators falling down could not be slowed down. In May 1854, exhibiting his “Developed Elevator” in New York Crystal Palace, Otis cut the hanging rope of the platform on which he was standing and left the platform for free fall. Despite of the crowd looking at him with full of fear, the platform did not fall and

restrained itself. In the system developed by Otis, a spring forced the ratchet sawtooth to stick around the iron bar and secure the vehicle safely. Therefore, proving that the system he developed can be used safely, while Otis had his name written in the history in gold letters, this main principle is still being used in today’s elevators with the cutting-edge technology. A GROWTH AT 6 PERCENT IS EXPECTED BY 2021 In the elevator and escalator sector that has a big-scale market economy today, expectations for growth remains on the agenda. In the report “Global Estimation of Elevator and Escalator Market for 2021 according to Type, Service, Elevator Technology and End User Sector” of Research and Markets, one of the biggest market research companies of the world, it is estimated that the sector will grow at 6 percent by 2021 According to the report asserting the expectation that elevator and escalator market will show a growth from 88,8 billion dollars recorded in 2015 to 125,2 billion dollars in 2021, the increasing demand in Asia Pacific region and wide-scale applications continues to support the demand.

On the other hand, according to the data of UN Statistics Department, while world’s elevator need came up 6 billion dollars last year, the countries exporting mostly are listed as China with 1,4 billion dollars, Spain with 1,4 billion dollars and Germany with 546,8 million dollars. TURKISH ELEVATOR SECTOR IS ALSO ON THE RISE In Turkey, on-going projects in various segments such as urban transformation, renewal, hotel, hospital, MALL, residence, office buildings and rapidly-increasing number of subway stations contribute to the growth curve of elevator and escalator sector. According to 2016 data of TSI (Turkish Statistics Institute), while 530 thousand elevators are used in Turkey, it is highlighted that this number will show a rapid increase in the coming years. Considering the location of Turkey and its closeness to the important markets and the demand of renewal in our neighboring markets, we can say that elevator and escalator sector will continue to grow. Within this scope, while it is recorded that projects to be conducted in the next period will bring important opportunities, it is notified that the process should be managed well in

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rope, controller card, controller panel, guide rail, indicating devices, system for bringing to floor, floor and cabin operating panel, excessive load system, cabin and counter weight suspensions, hydraulic cylinder, gearless machine, photocell, rate control devices, control systems, skate, sensor, rail consoles, balance chain, switch, VVVF inverter, rot apparatus, pulley, machine roomless systems. While foreign trade volume of elevator and escalator sector that provides over 20 thousand employees with employment was calculated as 425,1 million dollars last year according to the records of TSI, 22,7 percent of reduction in import of the sector that increased its export rates at 20,8 percent compared to 2016 was written to the sector’s records as a positive value. In addition to this, considering activity field of Turkish elevator system, we can say that turnover of the sector remains at the level of 500 million dollars with the contribution of mounting, documentation services, periodical control services, component production and maintenance services. terms of both public and sector in order to develop the technological infrastructure of Turkish elevator and escalator sector. THE SECTOR STARTED TO PRODUCT IN 1950s Having fronted to production from import in 1950s, Turkish elevator sector entered into the process of a big change with new technologies developed in the world and succeeded to reach an important market share in world trade. According to Industrial Registry Records, it is reported that rate of capacity usage of the sector is at around 60 percent while the number of companies engaged in elevator mounting and elevator component manufacturing. Elevator

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sector, component manufacturing, elevator mounting, and maintenance and repair proceeds in three main branches. While component manufacturing is completely considered as an expertise field of machinery manufacturing, mounting works are assessed within the scope of engineering and contracting services and performs the process of elevator mounting by using the components produced in various factories. WHAT DO WE PRODUCT? WHAT DO WE IMPORT? We can see all the main components in elevator parts produced locally in Turkey such as cabins, machine-engine group, full or semi automatic cabin and floor doors,

THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW CONTINUES Stating that elevator and escalator sector has been recently going through a lucky period Sefa TargÄąt, Chairman of Board of Directors of Lift and Escalator Industry Association (AYSAD) emphasizes that new and expanding investments in the sector cannot be realized at a level congruously with the opportunities brought by market due to the scale problem and tough and irrational competitive resulted from this problem. Mentioning also that safety is always the most important agenda item in the sector, Mr. TargÄąt stresses the safety of employees of elevator industry as much as passengers using the elevator.


EXPORT FIGURES IN RESPECT TO THE ACTIVITY FIELD OF THE MACHINERY AND ACCESSORIES

Source: All Exporter Unions Database JANUARY 1-APRIL 30, 2017 QUANTITY (1000 Tonnes)

VALUE (Mil $)

ENGINES, ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS

48,2

INDUSTRIAL AIR CONDITIONERS AND COOLING MACHINES

JANUARY 1-APRIL 30, 2018

(%) CHANGE

$/kg

QUANTITY (1000 Tonnes)

VALUE (Mil $)

$/kg

QUANTITY

VALUE

711,2

14,7

51,5

844,5

16,4

6,8

18,7

145,4

580,8

4

158,2

731,7

4,6

8,8

26

OTHER INDUSTRIAL WASHING AND DRYING MACHINES

146,7

390,5

2,7

154,1

473,7

3,1

5

21,3

OTHER MACHINES

59,1

370,3

6,3

68,1

469,7

6,9

15,3

26,9

CONSTRUCTION AND MINING MACHINES

85,1

277,5

3,3

108

398,5

3,7

26,9

43,6

PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS

33,9

239,6

7,1

40,3

322,3

8

18,9

34,5

32

210,6

6,6

36,1

266,9

7,4

12,6

26,7

AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY MACHINES

48,6

215,6

4,4

53,4

253

4,7

9,7

17,3

TURBIN, TURBOJETS, TURBO PROPELLERS

5,5

176,4

31,9

5

220,5

43,5

-8,3

25

TEXTILE AND CLOTHING MACHINES AND ACCESSORIES

29,4

160

5,4

32,9

202,9

6,2

11,7

26,8

VALVES

17,2

155

9

19

188,7

9,9

10,8

21,7

WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION FOR THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY

8,2

112,9

13,6

6,6

170,6

25,5

-19,3

51,1

FOOD INDUSTRY MACHINES, ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS

28

139,3

5

27,3

166,5

6,1

-2,2

19,5

REACTORS AND BOILERS

19,1

139,2

7,3

16,9

165,6

9,8

-11,5

19

ROLLER AND FOUNDRY MACHINES, MOULDS

13,9

105,4

7,5

14,8

122,4

8,3

6,1

16,2

LOAD LIFTING, CARRYING AND STOWING MACHINES

21,5

84,9

3,9

25

112,4

4,5

16,4

32,3

INDUSTRIAL HEATERS AND COOKERS

14,5

99

6,8

15,1

111,3

7,3

4,5

12,4

GUM, PLASTIC, RUBBER PROCESSING MACHINES

4,4

46,4

10,4

6,2

66

10,5

40,2

42,2

PACKAGING MACHINES, ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS

2,8

56,5

20,2

3,6

63,2

17,6

28,7

12

BEARINGS

3,8

41,3

10,8

4,4

50,9

11,4

17,4

23,2

OFFICE MACHINES

1,2

53,4

42,6

1,3

47,9

35,5

7,8

-10,3

PAPER MANUFACTURING AND TYPOGRAPHY MACHINES

4

25,9

6,5

4,3

31,6

7,3

8,3

21,8

LEATHER PROCESSING AND MANUFACTURING MACHINES AND ACCESSORIES

1

4,6

4,4

0,7

4,7

6,5

-30,0

2,7

774,6

4.397

5,7

854

5.487

6,4

10,2

24,8

PRODUCT GROUP

MACHINE TOOLS

TOTAL

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